Canada Elections Act

Version of section 402 from 2004-01-01 to 2014-12-18:


Marginal note:Effective date of merger

  •  (1) A merger of registered parties takes effect on the day on which the Chief Electoral Officer amends the registry of parties under subsection 401(1).

  • Marginal note:Consequences of merger

    (2) On the merger of two or more registered parties,

    • (a) the merged party is the successor of each merging party;

    • (b) the merged party becomes a registered party;

    • (c) the assets of each merging party belong to the merged party;

    • (d) the merged party is responsible for the liabilities of each merging party;

    • (e) the merged party is responsible for the obligations of each merging party to report on its financial transactions and election expenses for any period before the merger took effect;

    • (f) the merged party replaces a merging party in any proceedings, whether civil, penal or administrative, by or against the merging party; and

    • (g) any decision of a judicial or quasi-judicial nature involving a merging party may be enforced by or against the merged party.

  • Marginal note:Effect of merger on registered associations

    (3) On the merger of registered parties, any registered association of a merging party is deregistered and, despite paragraph 403.01(c), may transfer goods or funds to the merged party or a registered association of the merged party in the six months immediately after the merger. Any such transfer is not a contribution for the purposes of this Act.

  • 2000, c. 9, s. 402;
  • 2003, c. 19, s. 22.
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